Voice for Real Estate #42

The Voice for Real Estate 42: Clean Water Act, Condos MARCH 23, 2016 Week of March 21, 2016 The Corps of Engineers says that pond on your property is a wetlands. Can you sue if you disagree? The U.S. Supreme Court plans to look at whether you can sue the federal government if it makes […]

Voice for Real Estate: 40

http://www.realtor.org/videos/the-voice-for-real-estate Some federal regulators think loan underwriting has become too aggressive, although they’re not taking action right now. Commercial practitioners say they’re not seeing that at all. NAR is watching the issue carefully. The concern over regulators is a top story in The Voice for Real Estate for the week of Feb. 22, 2016. Other […]

Voice for Real Estate: ZipLogix, Condos, San Diego

NAR’s new member benefit with zipLogix® is intended to help keep Realtors® integral to the home-sale transaction as real estate goes increasingly digital. That’s a top story in The Voice for Real Estate for the week of Nov. 23, 2015. The video was taped at the 2015 Realtors® Conference & Expo in San Diego and […]

The Voice of Real Estate – 34 Project Upstream

An initiative to make it easier to manage and control listing data gets underway as NAR, RPR, and Upstream RE sign an agreement to work together. UPSTREAM is intended to help brokers of all sizes and business models and all MLSs and associations succeed. That’s a top story in The Voice for Real Estate for […]

The Voice for Real Estate:

Week of October 26, 2015 Condos are one of the best ways for first-time home buyers to get into real estate, yet financing for this type of housing remains hard to get. NAR President Chris Polychron, in testimony before Congress, shared three ways FHA can make financing easier to get without compromising on financial safety. […]

Voice for Real Estate 32:

Small commercial loans are being processed faster and more flexibly by the U.S. Small Business Administration. That’s the message Maria Contreras-Sweet brought to NAR in a meeting to talk about the borrower-friendly changes the agency has made in the past 18 months. Other stories covered in the October 12 Voice for Real Estate: NAR weighs […]